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Highly integrated field optical test solution for single application The MTS-6000 is a compact and lightweight test platform designed for the installation and maintenance of fiber networks. It offers field service technicians the highest levels of performance and upgradeability on the market. Modular in design, the MTS-6000 offers an extensive portfolio of test functionality, with over 40 different fiber modules supporting a wide range of applications, and is a single source for future fiber and photonic testing needs.
  • Compact and lightweight for the field.
  • Future proof with over 40 application modules already supported.
  • Choose from IL/ORL, OTDR, PMD, CD, or WDM plug-in modules.
  • Application modules compatible with MTS-8000.
  • Backwards compatibility with existing MTS-5000 family OTDR modules.
  • Simple for the novice, fully featured for the expert.


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The MTS-8000 is the world’s most scalable test platform for next generation high speed network deployment (40G and 100G). It’s a multi-application platform with physical, optical and Transport / Ethernet testing capabilities.

  • Based on the award winning JDSU MTS-8000 platform covering installation, maintenance and troubleshooting testing needs of any optical networks, the MTS-8000 V2 meets next generation network challenges with additional fiber inspection & test, ROADM and 40G / 100G test capabilities.
  • Future ready to keep ahead of technology curve: from traditional fiber and BERT testing to advanced high speed ROADM testing and 40G / 100G service activation, maintenance and troubleshooting
  • Scales as your network scales: mix and match over 40 apps and hundreds of test configurations to meet your exact needs
  • Cuts down testing and post-processing time: boosted processing power, built-in pass/fail functionality and automated test scripts drive best practices and close-out reports in PDF format
  • Connects everywhere from anywhere: 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB and Ethernet .





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